winscp how to grep or search on a word say "xyz" in all the folders and subfolders

winscp how to grep or search on a word say "xyz" in all the folders and sub folders
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srikoteshCommented:
hi gudii9,

winscp there is filter button there you can search xyz folder. it vl filter the all folders, subfolders it wont filter.
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Gerwin Jansen, EE MVETopic Advisor Commented:
grep is a command that you use to find something IN a file - if this is what you want then you cannot do that with WinSCP

If your question is about filtering, you have your answer above this comment.

From the WinSCP help:

Filtering

Files displayed in panel can be filtered.

Enable filtering from main menu (View > Filter in Explorer interface, Local (Remote) > Filter in Commander interface). Filter dialog will appear.

Number of files filtered out (if any) is displayed on status bar. In Commander interface, current filter is shown on path label.
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